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DLA Piper LLP (US)
SUITE 2400
LOS ANGELES, CA 90071-2678
United States
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Real Estate




Andrew Brady focuses on a broad variety of land use and environmental advisory and litigation issues. He has handled client matters involving permitting, entitlements, California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and National Environmental Policy Act review, water rights, and brownfield development. His experience also includes court cases and regulatory compliance matters involving CEQA, soil and groundwater contamination, the Clean Water Act and NPDES permitting, air quality and air permitting, and California Proposition 65.

Andrew represents private sector and public entity clients in advisory matters and litigation matters in state and federal courts. Andrew has also represented clients in appeals before the California Court of Appeal, California Supreme Court and US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.


J.D., University of California at Los Angeles School of Law; B.A., University of California at Irvine

Lawyer Rankings

United States > Real estate > Land use/zoning

Best in class from strategy to legal analysis’, DLA Piper LLP (US) is instructed by real estate developers, investors, technology companies and professional sports teams. In northern Virginia, the team was strengthened by the arrival of Antonio Calabrese from Cooley LLP; he provides ongoing advice to Macerich on the development of Tysons Corner Metro Station, and is also advising Mitre on a 1 million square foot expansion of its campus. In Chicago, chair of the land use, development and government relations practice Theodore Novak, along with Paul Shadle (‘very responsive and helpful in complex real estate matters’), and Mariah DiGrino advised Farpoint Development on multiple land use, zoning and development matters, including GRIT, a vacant 90-acre site owned by the City of Chicago awaiting the development of a high-end mixed-use project, as well as the rehabilitation and renovation of the historic Uptown Theatre, to be re-opened as a 5,800-capacity entertainment venue. Moreover, Novak, DiGrino and Richard Klawiter, vice-chair of the real estate practice, advised 601W Companies on the $500m renovation and rehabilitation of the 2.5 million square foot Old Main Chicago Post Office. Names to note in Los Angeles include Jerold Neuman, Kyndra Joy Casper, and senior associate Andrew Brady, and John Rattigan acts as managing partner of the Boston office.